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Nikon 50mm F1.8D AF Nikkor Lens £88.90 Sold by UNISTAR and Fulfilled by Amazon

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50mm f/1.8D AF Nikkor Compact and lightweight D-type normal lens Compatible with all Nikon SLR cameras Nikon Super Integrated Coating for high-contrast images even with maximum aperture Great
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stubar
waiting patiently for pentax lenses to be on offer again, missed the chance 4 months ago...

What is this pentax deal that you speak of?
This is an excellent lens, at a superb price, which is actually what it has been around for some time.

I have to use manual focus on my D5100 with it, but as mentioned above, it is not difficult.

The 35mm prime is also available for around £150, and that has autofocus built in. It is an excellent lens too, and well worth a look for anyone who is put off by having to manually focus.
waiting patiently for pentax lenses to be on offer again, missed the chance 4 months ago...
mdinch
That’s absolutely correct. Thanks Blasphemous for pointing it out.

I’m considering buying this for my D3100. D3100 does not have an AF motor built in the body so I will not get AF with this.
The AF-S version of this lens is about £170.
However, manual focus is relatively straight forward. Just turn the focus ring on the lens until the green focus indicator in the view finder illuminates.

Blasphemous
Just for those that might not realise...
Compatible with all Nikon SLR cameras
This lens will 'FIT' all Nikon DSLRs but it won't auto focus with all of them. It doesn't have a motor in the body of the lens so you will therefore need a camera that features a focus motor. If you have the likes of the D5000, this lens will NOT allow auto focus (although you can do it manually), that camera requires AF-S lenses (they have a focus motor in the lens).

Good price though.

i dont know why people need auto focus, it's pretty easy with practice maybe not as fast but something that ppl with dslr needs to learn, not do auto all the time.

Edited By: LegendPixel on Jun 22, 2012 11:08
That’s absolutely correct. Thanks Blasphemous for pointing it out.

I’m considering buying this for my D3100. D3100 does not have an AF motor built in the body so I will not get AF with this.
The AF-S version of this lens is about £170.
However, manual focus is relatively straight forward. Just turn the focus ring on the lens until the green focus indicator in the view finder illuminates.
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